ECOVACS makes a few different models of their DEEBOT robo vac.
The N79S is the newer upgraded version of their older N79, and there is also a M80 model.
In this ECOVACS DEEBOT N79 vs N79S vs M80 Pro Comparison, we outline the differences and similarities between these models, so you can get a good idea of which might be better for you.
Let’s take a look at them!
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ECOVACS DEEBOT N79 vs N79S vs M80 Pro: Comparison, & Which To Get
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ECOVACS DEEBOT N79 vs N79S vs M80 Pro: Which To Get?
The M80 Pro is a robo vac with wet and dry mopping in the cleaning cycle. Whereas, the N79 and N79S models are vacuums only.
That is perhaps the biggest difference for you to consider.
In terms of the M80, you get up to 110 minutes battery runtime, smartphone app and Alexa control, a vacuum and mop function, 5 stage cleaning, and 4 cleaning modes to choose from including a max mode that increases suction power by up 36%
In terms of the ‘N’ robo vacs…
The N79S has the Max cleaning mode (with 2x power), and the ability for Alexa voice control – both of which the N79 don’t have. The N79S also has 120 minute runtime, smartphone app and Alexa control, a vacuum function, 3 stage cleaning, and 3 cleaning modes to choose from including a max mode.
So, if those extra features interest you, you may want to get the N79S, which is essentially the newer and upgraded model, over the N79.
The N79 has 100 minute runtime, smartphone app control, a vacuum function, 3 stage cleaning, and 3 cleaning modes to choose from including a max mode.
Overall, the N79S probably offers the best value and reliability, whilst the M80 might be the most popular.
In addition to checking out these robotic vacs, we would suggest looking at the Roomba 690, 890, 960, and 980 models, as well as the Neato Connected D3 to D7 models.
They are good alternatives that offer quality and performance.
Make sure to check the warranty conditions and return policy for all robo vacs before you buy to protect your purchase.
ECOVACS DEEBOT N79 vs N79S vs M80 Pro: Differences
The main differences with these robotic vacs are in the following features, which we explained above:
- Battery Run Time – how many minutes the battery runs for on full charge
- App Connected, And/Or Alexa/Voice Connected – Whether the vac has smartphone app control, and/or Alexa voice control for on/off
- Vacuum Only, Or Mopping Action Aswell – whether it’s a vac only, or whether it has mopping and drying action aswell (which is the 5 stage cleaning)
- How Many Cleaning Modes, & Is There A Max Cleaning Mode – How many cleaning modes and what cleaning modes you can choose from on the vac – spot, edge, auto, max and single room are some of the options available on different models. Some of the vacs also have an an extra Max mode for extra suction.
- Accessories – what, and how many accessories each model comes with
ECOVACS DEEBOT N79 vs N79S vs M80 Pro: Similarities
- All are robo vacs for both thin carpets, and hard floors
- All can clean up pet hair, and regular dirt/debris
- All have Smart Motion Navigation and Mapping
- All have a main brush and side brushes
- All sweep, lift, and vacuum
- All have an auto-clean navigation system
- All have different cleaning modes to choose from
- All have anti collision, and anti drop sensors
- All automatically re-dock and re-charge
- All have a rechargeable battery
- All have an internal dust container for debris and hair
- All have a dust and debris filter
- All have a 1 year warranty
- All come with accessory kits
Note that all the smartphone app controlled vacs are 2.4G Wifi Connected
ECOVACS DEEBOT N79 vs N79S vs M80 Pro: Reviews
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